IT FUTURE 2011 - Energy efficiency

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ICT - Enabled Energy Efficiency.

Une présentation axée sur le Green IT.

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IT FUTURE 2011 - Energy efficiency

  1. 1. ICT-Enabled Energy-Efficiency- Technology Potentials in Europe -Dr. Bernd KoschSeptember 20, 2011 0 Copyright 2011 FUJITSU TECHNOLOGY SOLUTIONS
  2. 2. The Different Faces of Green ICT Environmental optimization of ICT products  Hazardous materials / Resource-efficiency / Waste (Recycling)  Product-lifecycle CO2-aspects (PCF, LCA) Energy-efficiency / CO2-reduction in ICT  Hardware-aspects and systems-management  ICT-Concepts / -architectures (virtualization)  Efficiency-aspects in the data center facility Energy-efficiency / CO2-reduction by ICT  Direct potentials for power-grids / buildings / traffic, indirect effects by factor-substitution in business processes (materials, travel, space)  Assessment methods to quantify the enabling effects of ICT  Transparency and control by applying “carbon management“ 1 Copyright 2011 FUJITSU TECHNOLOGY SOLUTIONS
  3. 3. SMART 2020 – Addendum Deutschland Energy/CO2 Management 2 Copyright 2011 FUJITSU TECHNOLOGY SOLUTIONS
  4. 4. Workroup 2 Enabling Energy Efficiency in other SectorsINTERNAL USE ONLY Copyright 2011 FUJITSU TECHNOLOGY SOLUTIONS
  5. 5. ICT4EE Forum WG 2  Charter: Enabling Energy Efficiency in other Sectors (transport / buildings / energy)  Active Membership: • Approx. 15 ICT companies, Telecom service providers, institutions (50/ 40 /10%) • Secretariat and support by DIGITAL EUROPE • Regular participation (observer / advisor) by European Commission  2 Chairmen: B. Kosch (FUJITSU) / D. Torres (Telefonica)  Target: Laying the foundations for pragmatic policy recommendations reflecting the aligned views of the ICT-sector and the target-sectorsWorkgroup 2June, 2011 4 Copyright 2011 FUJITSU TECHNOLOGY SOLUTIONS
  6. 6. Energy Efficiency Discussion in the EU-27 The EU 20-20-20-initiative (2007)  Reducing greenhouse gas emissions by 20%  Increasing the share of renewables in the energy mix by 20 %-points;  Improving energy efficiency by 20% is failing. with regard to its EE-objective: “The Presidency Conclusions of the European Council of 4 February 2011 acknowledged that the 2020 20% energy efficiency objective is not on track” A stronger plan is underway: “On 8 March 2011 the Commission adopted a new Energy Efficiency Plan in order to get the EU on track of achieving its 20% energy efficiency …” “Proposal for a DIRECTIVE OF THE EUROPEAN PARLIAMENT AND OF THE COUNCIL on energy efficiency …“ exists since May 2011 5 5 Copyright 2011 FUJITSU TECHNOLOGY SOLUTIONS
  7. 7. Source: European Commission, DG Energy, A new Directive on Energy Efficiency, June 22, 2011 6 6 Copyright 2011 FUJITSU TECHNOLOGY SOLUTIONS
  8. 8. Source: European Commission, DG Energy, A new Directive on Energy Efficiency, June 22, 2011 77 Copyright 2011 FUJITSU TECHNOLOGY SOLUTIONS
  9. 9. Proposed Directive, June 22, 2011 23 Articles (81 pp.) detailing: scope, energy -use/supply /distribution, horizontal provisions, execution (Details at http://ec.europa.eu/energy/efficiency/ ) Relevance for ICT  “Efficiency in Energy Use” (chapter II) includes • Public bodies shall purchase only products in the highest ee-class • Public bodies have to set-up and publish inventories of buildings including ee-ratings (by 31 Dec 2012, annually) • Energy distributors/retailers shall ensure energy-savings of >1.5% of previous year consumption at their final customers • Member states shall establish a system of penalties, including financial penalties for non- compliance with this system • Member states shall ensure the availability of efficient high-quality energy audits and incentive schemes (tax credits subsidies) for SME to undergo such audits (by 2014)  “Efficiency in Energy Supply” /chapter III) is a description of the Smart Grid adoption plan for the EU in tightened regulatory conditions 8 8 Copyright 2011 FUJITSU TECHNOLOGY SOLUTIONS
  10. 10. Immediate Consequences Public sector procurement will probably be restricted to Energy Star 6 rated PCs as soon as this new standard becomes available In all sectors, energy-wasting inefficient IT will become embarrassing Energy-efficiency management systems will become a normal routine, at least in large companies and institutions  Most systems will rely on IT-support by new applications and will comply to EN 16001  Continuous improvement processes will be part of those systems. As a result, efficiency improvements in energy-using products, including ICT-products, will be linked to stronger (financial) incentives than today 9 9 Copyright 2011 FUJITSU TECHNOLOGY SOLUTIONS
  11. 11. “Green PC“ in 2011/03ESPRIMO P900 0-Watt First 0-Watt PC  0-Watt-PC  Patented Technology of Fujitsu Technology Solutions  Power Supply Unit up to 94% efficiency  Halogen free system board  Switched Monitor-outlet  Saving up to 10% of monitor energy  Zero-Noise-PC  When configured with SSD  Optional EraseDisk funktionality (in BIOS)  Prevents security hazards when recycled 10 Copyright 2011 FUJITSU TECHNOLOGY SOLUTIONS
  12. 12. PRIMERGY Dual-CPU (4-core), 2008 11 Copyright 2011 FUJITSU TECHNOLOGY SOLUTIONS
  13. 13. PRIMERGY Single-CPU (4-core), 2011 12 Copyright 2011 FUJITSU TECHNOLOGY SOLUTIONS
  14. 14. PRIMERGY Dual-CPU (6-core), 2011 13 Copyright 2011 FUJITSU TECHNOLOGY SOLUTIONS
  15. 15. Source: European Commission, DG Energy, A new Directive on Energy Efficiency, June 22, 2011 14 14 Copyright 2011 FUJITSU TECHNOLOGY SOLUTIONS
  16. 16. Summary and Recommendations Energy-efficiency in client-PCs has reached a mature level, further progress will be slow, alternate concepts are existing, particularly the virtualized client Server energy-efficiency will continue to grow rapidly (for consolidated environments). Depreciation-periods should be adapted (shortened) to enjoy resulting business benefits European policy makers are serious about the 20-20-20 target. Be prepared for EU-initiated laws on taxation and subsidies forcing increase of energy-efficiency  In electricity distribution, buildings and traffic/transport  by adoption of energy-efficiency management (obligations and/or financial “motivations”) to report status and improvement-plans Most energy-efficiency increase will be related to the use of advanced ICT-products and –services. Methodologies for realistic and reliable impact assessment are on the horizon. 15 15 Copyright 2011 FUJITSU TECHNOLOGY SOLUTIONS
  17. 17. 16 Copyright 2011 FUJITSU TECHNOLOGY SOLUTIONS

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